Worldwide Business Research (WBR) is a branch of the PLS group and has carved a name for itself in the exhibition industry as one of the most reputable companies in the world. As the worlds largest conference and trade show company it is an eminent provider of strategic business intelligence. The WBR has 16 branch offices all around the world and the trade shows conducted by them are reputed to be of the highest standard. Their conferences events and trade shows are known for constantly overshadowing their industry competitors. The Worldwide Business Research company conducts a variety of events right from the automotive events in Bucharest to the logistics conferences in Arizona and finance summits in Hong Kong. The WBR is committed towards excelling their organizing skills and services and catering to the needs of their clients from all around the world.
I found very useful and inspiring the Women to Data Lunch, where female CDOs gave insights on their work, strategy and background. High-level panel discussions were alternated to practical examples on how data, metadata and architecture governance are applied across companies. Lots of valid software solutions were presented.FIMA is a great place to exchange views, collect ideas, share information and do networking.
I found this years event to be informative, insightful and fun. The quality and personality of the speakers and panels made the topics very interesting and was good to get an understanding of peers in other industries, same category see our role.
5 Ketan Kansara Reviewed eTail Connect UK on 13 Mar 2017 Commerce Solutions Professional (Technical Sales) at IBM
One of the best events I have attended. The concierge service which brought retailers & vendors together is an excellent initiative. Had some very interesting conversations with prospects and existing IBM customers. Well done eTail team.
Some very interesting external speakers, probably too many panel discussions with peers nothing new for those who are already experienced in this area, more new stuff and external perspectives would have been good, especially agencies